Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Plain Dinnerware traditional-dinnerware
 

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Lauren Gries added this to Guest Picks: Gustavian Design
In the taste of 18th century Swedish manor houses, early blue and white porcelain was often imported directly from China. Remaining popular today, blue and white porcelain dinnerware is representative of the Scandinavian aesthetic.

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May 4, 2014
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July 20, 2012
blue and white royal copenhagen
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June 11, 2012
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Royal Copenhagen dinnerware

Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Plain Dinnerware

In the taste of 18th century Swedish manor houses, early blue and white porcelain was often imported directly from China. Remaining popular today, blue and white porcelain dinnerware is representative of the Scandinavian aesthetic.

Price varies by item, $115 to $170.
Lauren Gries

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Style
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